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Optimize Your MR Protocol for Hip Prostheses With Best Fat-Suppression Techniques


Background: Hip arthroplasty is commonly encountered in clinical practice. When patients who have hip arthroplasties experience pain and there is a concern for pseudotumor or other complication, MRI is frequently used for evaluation. The arthroplasty itself causes distortion of the images because its ferromagnetic properties disrupt the magnetic field and lead to failure to properly suppress fat signal. Many studies have investigated techniques that reduce distortion, but a few hav more...
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